1000+ mutual funds schemes are listed on the Bajaj Finserv platform.
To access all your mutual fund details, you can check your account statements, visit the fund's official website, or use the Bajaj Finserv platform to check the information about all the mutual fund schemes you have invested in, through the Bajaj Finserv platform.
If a Mutual Fund company faces closure, the trustees must seek SEBI approval for the shutdown, or SEBI itself can instruct the fund's closure. In such instances, investors receive their funds based on the last recorded net asset value before the winding-up process.
The Net Asset Value (NAV) of a mutual fund is calculated by dividing the total value of the fund's assets by the number of outstanding units.
Information on the Net Asset Value (NAV) of mutual funds is readily available on the official websites of fund houses and mutual fund platforms.
Yes, many mutual fund schemes allow SIP investments starting from as low as Rs. 500 per month, making it accessible to a wide range of investors.
While mutual funds can offer varying returns, aiming for a consistent 15% return may not always be feasible or guaranteed due to market fluctuations and other factors.
Absolutely, investors can diversify their investment portfolio by investing in multiple mutual funds to spread risk and potentially enhance returns.
It depends on individual investment goals and risk tolerance. Having 5 mutual funds can offer diversification, but it's essential to ensure they align with your financial objectives and have different investment strategies.
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